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Another World Transcript Tuesday 4/19/05

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Cass: Everybody says they're innocent, but somebody had to have killed Jason, and it's probably somebody we know well.

Nicole: Oh, just stop it, Cass! I really canít deal with this anymore!

Cass: I'm sorry.

Nicole: No, I'm sorry. I shouldn't have yelled. But sometimes I think you canít even hear me.

Cass: I do hear you.

Nicole: Look, Cass, I donít mean to nag at you. Well, yeah, sometimes I do.

Cass: You do.

Nicole: But I hate myself for it.

Cass: Go ahead, nag. It's part of your charm.

Nicole: Hey, I just worry about you.

Cass: I canít sit around and do nothing while Feliciaís in jail.

Nicole: Well, nobody says that you are. Now, come over here. I want you to eat something.

Cass: You know what strikes me as being particularly ironic? The one person I know is innocent is lying.  Feliciaís lying about Derek.

Frankie: Where are we, the bat cave? Oh, fun place. I mean, we are talking atmosphere here, not to mention originality.

Derek: Yeah, it's private.

Frankie: Private? That's a very good description if you ever need to take an ad in the classifieds, Derek. Oh, how long have you lived?

Frankie: Phone. Right. I have got to make that phone call. I really appreciate this, by the way. I mean, I hate counting on those phones on the street because they never work anyway. Forget it.

Derek: I thought you said it was important.

Frankie: It was a date. And I was going to tell him that I would be late, but frankly, he is so boring, I fall asleep just thinking about him. Actually, I think it might be more fun to stay right here. What do you think, Derek?

Zack: Let me get the whole picture. You think you're the father, but you're not sure?

Jake: Right, but if it is my kid, what are my rights?

Zack: Back up a minute. Is he mother married?

Jake: Yes.

Zack: Is she happily married, she going for a divorce, or what?

Jake: I donít know, I mean, she's happily married, I guess. She just lied to her husband about the kid.

Zack: Meaning she hasn't told him it might not be his?

Jake: Yes.

Zack: In other words, if you decide to make a case, things might get messy?

Jake: Obviously.

Zack: You sure you want that?

Jake: Zack, what if it's my kid?

Zack: Well, then as the father, you've got certain rights.

Jake: Can you help me?

Zack: Look, first, I have to know what you want. Do you want to demand custody of this child?

Jamie: Yeah, Dr. Peterson, it's Jamie Frame. I'm sorry to bother you at home, but I need to talk to you as soon as possible. It's about this bill we've got for a blood test on Steven.

Vicky: Jamie, there's something wrong with Steven!

Vicky: Jamie!

Jamie: I'll have to call you back. What is it?

Vicky: He wasn't breathing, Jamie!

Jamie: What?

Vicky: I walked into the room and he was in his crib and he wasn't breathing! You have to do something!

Jamie: Take it easy now. Put him down over here.

Vicky: He was just so still and I didnít know what to do!

Jamie: Quiet, quiet.

Vicky: Ok, baby, it's going Vicky: It's going to be ok. You're going to be ok. You're going to be ok. You are, I know. Jamie, hurry! He all right? Is he all right? Oh, honey.

Jamie: He's fine.

Vicky: He's fine?

Jamie:  Yeah, well, try to relax now. He's fine.

Vicky: And it happened before, Jamie.

Jamie: I know, I know, but he's perfectly all right.

Vicky: Oh, good. Oh, come here.

Jamie: Yeah.

Vicky: That's a good boy.

Jamie: Come on, why donít we sit on the couch.

Vicky: Jamie, I donít think I could deal with it if it ever happened to him again like before.

Jamie: That was a one-time situation. You donít have to be afraid of it happening again. And you certainly donít have to panic.

 Vicky: Well, I donít usually, do I?

Jamie: No, I guess not.

Vicky: You're angry with me, aren't you? J

Jamie: I hate to see you frightened.

Vicky: He is. Oh, Jamie, I love him so much. And I love you. Ok. I just love you guys so much. My little family. Ok, baby. Ok.

Cass: What are you doing here?

Stacey: Well, I work here. What, do you eat all the time?

Cass: Oh, you're in a eat mood.

Stacey: You going to eat that pickle?

Cass: Eat it. Where were you?

Stacey: Doesn't matter.

Cass: Judging by your mood, I'd say it does matter.

Cass: Yeah?

Stacey: Zack and I were talking about the case. And it just gets frustrating because I know that Derek is the key to the whole thing.

Nicole: Cass and I were just talking about it.

Cass: Yeah, Nicole has a theory.

Stacey: What?

Cass: That Feliciaís covering for Derek because he's the killer.

Stacey: Derek didnít even know Jason Frame.

Nicole: Are you sure?

Cass: There's a lot we donít know about that guy, Stace.

Stacey: Tell me about it.

Cass: Something happened tonight.

Stacey: No, nothing happened, and I donít think that Derek is the killer. It's just that he might not be as innocent as I thought he was.

Frankie: So, what do you think, Derek is it all right if I hang out here for a little while?

Frankie: Two glasses. That must mean it's ok has anyone ever told you you're a man of few words, Derek? Why, of course they have. No, not that that's a bad thing. That's a good quality. Donít think I'm criticizing you or anything. It's just that it must have been really hard for you to think.

Derek: That's why you wanted to come here.

Frankie: What? Derek: You just want to talk about the trial.

Frankie: No, no, no, no. I came to use the phone. Hey, you're not mad at me or anything, are you?

Derek: No.

Frankie: Good. Because I thought maybe I had interrupted you or something. Did you and Stacey have something for tonight?

Derek: I donít want to talk out her.

Frankie: Okay fine. To new friends? This place is interesting.

Derek: Just a place to crash.

Frankie: No. No, I mean it must be great for you. Thereís no hassles, no neighbors. You can be as loud or as lonely as you want to be, right?

[Radio plays]

Singer: I just want to make love

Frankie: Do you ever dance Derek? Come on. Dance with me. Come on.

Cass: I'm still waiting for you to explain your cryptic remark.

Stacey: Derek --

Cass: Did you talk to Derek tonight or not?

Stacey: He couldn't possibly be a suspect. He's absolutely devoted to protecting her?

Stacey: What, by killing Jason Frame?

Cass: And now Feliciaís protecting him.

Stacey: Maybe. Derek would gladly go to prison instead of her.

Cass: Easy for him to say as long as Felicia insists that he wasn't the strongman.

Stacey: Cass, I know him.

Cass: But you just said you weren't sure how well, though, right?

Stacey: Yeah, but it doesn't mean that he's a murderer!

Nicole: Time-out, time-out, guys, all right? That's all for tonight, please.

Cass: Stacey, if you know something that's going to help Felicia, I wish you'd just come out and --

Stacey: I donít know any more than I knew this morning, ok?

Cass: Ok! All right.

Nicole: Ok, well, I know something. We are going to have a wedding in just two more weeks, and I need to ask you  Would you be one of my bridesmaids?

Stacey: Me?

Nicole: Of course. I was going over my list last night and I realized that I had never asked you.

Cass: Because of the trial and all.

Nicole: But if you say yes, we're going to have to have the fitting pretty soon. Are you ok?

Stacey: No, I mean, I just canít believe you want me to be a bridesmaid.

Nicole: Then you'll do it?

Stacey: Oh, God, I'd be honored.

Nicole: Oh, no, I'm the one who's honored. I know how busy you are right now. I hate to bother you with all this wedding stuff, you know..

Stacey: Oh, bother me? Can you believe this one here?

Cass: No, I canít believe her at all. Listen, you know what I think?

Stacey: What?

Cass: I think we've spent enough time on this case and brainstorm the five most perfect places in the world to honeymoon.

Nicole: Oh, that's a great idea. You put the champagne in the fridge?

Cass: Of course.

Nicole: Ok.

Stacey: Oh, Cass, I'm going to have to cut out on that. I have something else to do Nicole?

Nicole: Yeah?

Stacey: Listen, anytime you want me to do a fitting,  I'll be ready.

Nicole: Ok.

Stacey: Thank you so much.

Nicole: You're welcome.

Stacey: I'll see you.

Nicole: Ok.

Cass: Hey. Are you ok?

Stacey: Yeah. Why?

Cass: You just seem kind of strange tonight.

Stacey: No, no, I'm fine. I mean, I'll be fine as soon as I resolve something. See you later.

Cass: Resolve what? Stacey? Resolve what, Stace?

 [Knock on door]

Marley: Honey, it's open! Did you get the rum raisin?

Eric: No, sorry.

Marley: Oh. Eric, hi.

Eric: Hi. Is this a bad time?

Marley: No, no, it's not at all. It's nice to see you.

Eric: I brought you a book that I thought you and Jake might like to read.

Marley: Really?

Eric: It's about adoption.

Marley: Wow, is this a new one?

Eric: It just came out this month, yes. .

Marley: Thank you.

Eric: Well, I guess --

Marley: I just made some coffee. Would you like to stay?

Eric: Decaf?

Marley: Of course. This is really just so nice of you.

Eric: Actually, it was something of an excuse.

Marley: What?

Eric: I wanted to see you.

Marley: You did?

Eric: Well, you and Jake dropped out of the group, and I was just wondering how you were.

Marley: Oh, we're fine. We try not to obsess too much about having a baby or not having one.

Eric: Good. Obsessing never got anybody pregnant, anyway.

Marley: Nope, I guess not.

Eric: Although, I'm really not the one to be giving advice about being obsessed.

Marley: Oh, you're not obsessive, are you? I mean, you do get a little too involved in your work sometimes, but that's not the same thing, is it?

Eric: Well, when it begins to interfere with your life, I guess it's the same sort of problem.

Marley: Hmm, have you been backsliding?

Eric: No, no, I've been following your orders. I take a break every two hours to look out the window and enjoy the spring.

Marley: All right, fess up. What time did you get to work this morning?

Eric: About 6:00.

Marley: And what time did you leave for the day?

Eric: Just before I came here.

Marley: Eric, that is almost 16 hours.

Eric: Well, I did listen to the crickets since I walked in from the car. That's something, isnít it?

Marley: No, that's terrible.

Eric: Thatís just what Barbara said.

Marley: Barbara?

Eric: Yeah, uh, ex-fiancťe.

Marley: How long ago did you break up?

Eric: A couple of years.

Marley: Has there been anybody else, anybody special?

Eric: No, my work has kept me too busy.

Marley: Donít you want someone special in your life?

Eric: Sure. Although, it seems to me that all the best women are taken. Came too late to the dance, I guess.

Marley: If you had your choice of any woman, who would she be?

Eric: Someone who was intelligent, gentle. Someone who could surprise me with her strength, her depth of feeling.

Marley: Eric, --

Eric: What?

Marley: I was wondering if you would like some more coffee?

Jake: Yes, I May want custody of the kid.

Zack: But you're not positive it's yours?

Jake: No, not yet.

Zack: Let me make two points. One, no matter what, you have to have proof that it's your child. And number two, if you want custody, you're going to have to be ready for one hell of a battle. From its mother, you're pretty much going to have to prove she's unfit, and I can imagine her lawyer is going to be saying some of the same things about you.

Jake: Why would they do that?

Zack: Because it's for the court to decide in the best interest of the child.

Jake: That's fine. Isnít it in his -- the kid's best interest to drag the mother's name through the mud and have her do the same to me?

Zack: I donít know. Generally, that's the way the game's played. If you want, I can look into it and let you know how the process is going to roll. But I suggest that you make sure that you're the natural father of this child.

Jake: Right. I'll be in touch. Later, Zack.

Zack: Ok.

Matt: Could I have another ginger ale, please?

Jesse: Man, her dad gave it to her, you know?

Sheila: He's going to throw a fit. I canít lose that bracelet.

Josie: Was it pure gold?

Sheila: Yeah. What am I going to do?

Jesse: Come on, guys, let's spread out and look. Hey, it's bound to show up somewhere. Hey. Finally decided we was good enough to hang out with, huh?

Jesse: Hey, Reuben, look, we need everybody to look for Sheila's bracelet, ok?

Reuben: Al right, just give me a minute, all right?

Jesse: Yeah, but see, if we donít do this soon, some body --

Reuben: Hey, Jesse, give me a minute, ok?

Jesse: Fine.

Reuben: That kid is cool, but sometimes he thinks he can run my life.

Josie: Reuben, are you in trouble?

Reuben: What are you talking about? You know, you've been locked up too long, girl.

Josie: The other day at the spa, you were on the phone. Was someone trying to threaten you?

Reuben: Hold it, hold it, hold it. Josie, we got a deal, remember -I stay out of your life and you stay out of mine.

Matt: Hi.

Josie: Hi.

Matt: For you.

Josie: No, thanks.

Matt: Guess I'll have to drink both of them.

Reuben: Are you going to do that sitting here?

Matt: Well, donít you have to go help Sheila find her bracelet?

Reuben: I was talking to Josie, all right?

Matt: You were dancing with her, right? Didnít you see it fall off?

Reuben: I ain't seen nothing, man.

Matt: Well, didnít you hear it drop or something?

Reuben: Look, what is this, am I on the witness stand or something?

Matt: No, just asking.

Reuben: I'll check with the bartender. Maybe somebody turned it in or something.

Matt: You sure you donít want something to drink?

Josie: Yeah, I'm sure.

Matt: I'm glad you decided to come tonight.

Josie: Uh-huh.

Matt: Yeah. Look, I wanted to apologize.

Duke: Come here Josie.

Josie: What?

Matt: I said I wanted to apologize.

Josie: There's nothing to apologize for.

Matt: Yes, there is. The other day at the city spa, I was really hard on you.

Josie: Matt, it's ok.

Matt: It's just that I've missed you, and you wonít even talk to me --

Josie: Excuse me.

Duke: Man, there ain't no more tomorrows! I want that money now!

Reuben: All right, I got it. Just check it out.

Josie: Reuben, remember what have I told you that about.

Reuben: What are you talking about, Josie?

Josie: Could you excuse us just a sec? It's the money you've been hassling me about.

Reuben: Josie, take thatÖ

Duke: Be nice, man. The lady's trying to set an example. She's settling her accounts.

Reuben: Duke, you donít understand.

Duke: I understand everything. This little lady here is setting -- look at this, it's the exact amount of money you owe me. Isnít that something? How about that?

Zack: Reuben, anything wrong?

Reuben: Hey, Zack, how's it going, man?

Josie: Hi, Zack.

Duke: Who's this, your dad?

Zack: Josie, is there any problem here?

Josie: No, no, everything's fine.

Zack: Ok. What's this all about?

Reuben: Nothing, man. See, he just wanted to invite us to some party that was going on, but we said nah.

Matt: Ronnie --

Ronnie: Matt.

Matt: I was wondering if you could sing this special song tonight.

Ronnie: Why, is it special?

Matt: Well, I'm hoping it will be.

Reuben: What do you think you were doing, huh?

Josie: Saving your neck.

Reuben: Josie, where'd you get that money from?

Josie: Why donít you go help Sheila find that bracelet? I have a feeling that it's' going to turn up real soon, don't you?

Reuben: Just donít like owing nobody nothing, all right, especially no woman.

Josie: Well, better me than some guy who's going to break your legs, Reuben.

Reuben: Better me than someone else.

Ronnie: Excuse me. Ladies and gentlemen, I've had a request for a very special song for a very good friend.

Ronnie singing: Give me your hand, darling do you feel my heart beating? Do you understand? Do you feel the same? Am I only yearning? Is this burning an eternal flame? I believe we were meant to be I watched you when you were sleeping you belong with me do you feel the same? Am I only dreaming or is this burning an eternal flame? Say my name sunshine through the rain my whole life was lonely then you came and eased the pain I donít want to lose this feeling oh or am I only dreaming?

Jamie: Ahem.

Vicky: Who are you calling, sweetheart?

Jamie: Dr. Peterson. I thought I'd let her know why I had to hang up on her earlier.

Vicky: Well, it's awfully late for that, isnít it?

Jamie: No, not really. I want to find out about this bill.

Vicky: Well, why bother Dr. Peterson with some stupid computer mix-up at this hour, huh?  

Jamie: Are you sure it is a mix-up?

Vicky: Absolutely positive. Now, I'll just take care of this tomorrow, an you will never have to see it as long as you shall live. Is that good enough? Well, you certainly do know how to make a girl's feelings hurt.

Jamie: What?

Vicky: Well, here you are worrying about some silly little bill, and I'm in my best black lace.

Jamie: You look great.

Vicky: Have I, uh, lost my touch?  

Frankie: So, uh, Derek, you going to leave me hanging out here all by my lonesome all night, huh? I mean, a girl could get real self-conscious, you know? Ooh! Oh, oh, I'm so sorry!

Derek: It's all right.

Frankie: Oh, God.

Derek: It's all right.

Frankie: I'm so sorry. I think I had to much to drink. I'm really embarrassed.

Derek: It's ok. Why donít you just sit down.

Frankie: Oh. Oh. I donít know what I'm doing here.

[Music stops]

Derek: Yes, you do.

Frankie: What?

Derek: You're just playing with me. You haven't had too much to drink. I've been with you all night. Remember?

Frankie: Am I being that obvious?

Derek: Yes.

Frankie: Well, you canít blame me for trying, can you?

Derek: You're very pretty. But I donít like people who aren't honest with me.

Frankie: I'll remember that.

Derek: Good.

Frankie: Will you tell me something? Have you been with many women?

Derek: Enough.

Frankie: Enough? Sounds interesting. You know, you're a very interesting guy, Derek. Then, of course, you do know that. You're -- you're tough, you may be a little cold, maybe even a bit kind, and you're definitely attractive.

Stacey: Listen, I'm sorry that I just came by like this. I probably should've called. So I'll leave now.

Derek: No, donít.

Stacey: No, no, no listen, you and Frankie have a good time and, what the heck, I'll talk to you later, ok?

Frankie: Stacey? I just came by to use the phone.

Stacey: Oh. Probably had trouble dialing from over there, huh?

Derek: She was just about to go home.

Frankie: Home. Right. Yeah, but I had a little bit too much to drink, so I kind of wound up on the bed, but soon, ok? Take care of yourself.

Derek: To the right.

Frankie: Thanks.

Derek: What is it that you wanted?

Stacey: Nothing. I mean, it doesn't matter. It was just a mistake.

Derek: Are you angry?

Stacey: No, not at all.

Derek: You look angry.

Stacey: No, I said I'm not angry!

Derek: Then why are you shouting?

Stacey: It's just a little embarrassing, you know, when you come into a place and you expect to find someone alone, and they're -- they're not. It's nothing. You know, it's not important. It's no big deal. Well, why donít you say something instead of studying me like that? I hate when you do that.

Derek: I'm sorry if I made you angry.

Stacey: You didnít make me angry. I already told you that. It's not important. I just donít know you the way that I thought I did, that's all, not like -- like that.

Derek: Like what? With another woman? Look, we were sitting --

Stacey: Hey, I didnít say anything about another woman. You can see whatever woman you want. That's certainly your prerogative. I'm not your keeper. What am I talking about?

Derek: Look, what's the matter?

Stacey: It -- it just seems to me that you're different.

Derek: How?

Stacey: I got to go.

Derek: What are you doing here? Why did you come??

Reuben: Hey, Sheila, guess what.

Sheila: What? Did you find it? Did you?

Reuben: Ta-da.

Sheila: Oh, Reuben, you're great! I love you.

Reuben: Yeah, that's what everybody says.

Sheila: Thanks.

Matt: Josie -- I've really missed you. Listen, there's a Cory anniversary party coming up, and --

Josie: Matthew, one dance doesn't make things the way it used to be.

Matt: I know, I know. Just donít say no. Give us a chance. Think about it.

Josie: I say I'll think about it.

Eric: Well, I hope you find the book helpful.

Marley: Oh, I'm sure I will.

Eric: I wish there was something more I could do.

Marley: Oh, thank you,

Eric: If you ever need anything -- I mean, if there's --

Marley: Honey, you're home!

Jake: Hi. Dr. Janssen.

Eric: Well, Jake, it's Eric, remember?

Jake: I'm sorry.

Marley: You know what, Eric brought us a book on adoption. It says all the new research and -- and studies.

Jake: That's very nice. Thank you.

Marley: He thinks it's a really good idea.

Jake: Yeah, maybe it is.

Eric: Well, it's a very big step. Well, it's late. Thanks for the coffee.

Marley: Oh, you're welcome.

Eric: Good to see you again, Jake.

Jake: Same here.

Marley: Bye.

Eric: So long.

Jake: I forgot the ice cream.

Marley: That's ok.

Jake: So, Dr. Janssen gave you some new information, huh?

Marley: Eric -- no, just -- just a book.

Jake: It's kind of weird, donít you think, I mean, a doctor making a house call just to deliver a book?

Marley: Jake, I know you saw us --

Jake: I didnít say anything.

Marley: Well, Eric just felt bad because he couldn't help us, and so he --

Jake: I understand.

Marley: You're not upset?

Jake: Well, a year ago, I guess I would've been off the wall, but things change, huh?

Marley: Maybe.

Jake: Honey, when two people are in love, sometimes they turn to other people to talk or -- or for comfort. I canít be everything you need all the time. But I love you. Never doubt that.

Nicole: Hey, did you turn the machine on?

Cass: No, didnít you?

Nicole: No.

[Phone rings]

Cass: Oh. Do I dare? Yes? Oh, Mitch, hi. How's it going? I'll just be a minute, ok? Uh-huh. And how was Felicia? Yeah, I know. Are you kidding? I mean, we've already got a couple of detectives working on it, and we'll hire more if we need them. I have one of them checking on Iris and the other one on Vicky. Well, the main thing is for us to concentrate on our objective. We are going to win this thing, eventually. I know we are. Yeah, so long. Ok, all set.

Nicole: Are you still doing that?

Cass: Doing what?

Nicole: Trying to say that Vicky murdered Jason?

Cass: Nicole, I told you, she had a motive.

Nicole: Cass, she is my niece.

Cass: I realize she's --

Nicole: She would never kill anyone. It doesn't matter what Jason thought he had on her.

Cass: I just wish you'd -- what did you just say? What did Jason have on her?

Nicole: Well, they had that lawsuit going.

Cass: No, no, besides the lawsuit. There was something else, wasn't there? What did he think he had on Vicky?

Nicole: Oh, Cass, it's not important.

Cass: Everything is important! What did Jason think he had on Vicky?

Nicole: He thought that Jake and Vicky were having an affair.

Cass: How do you know this?

Nicole: Because Jason told me that.

Cass: And you didnít tell me all this time? And you didnít tell me?

Nicole: Oh, Cass, why would anyone believe him? No one else believes anything he's ever said.

Cass: I thought that's what he was holding over her. Nicole, you should've told me about this before.

Nicole: Jason Frame was nothing but a liar.  

Cass: Nicole, that's no excuse!

Nicole: No, Cass, you leave Vicky out of this! Donít destroy another person's life!

Vicky: I wish it could always be like this, Steven in the nursery, you in my arms.

Jamie: Hmm.

Vicky: Sometimes, I just think I'm going to wake up and it will all be gone.

Jamie: Why would you think that?

Vicky: I donít know. Maybe I just feel like I donít deserve you. I love you, Jamie.  

Jamie: I love you, too.

Vicky: I'm going to make sure we can be this happy forever and ever.

Stacey: I donít know, I -- I just thought that since we had argued at that bar, the Long Shoremen's bar -- I mean, well, you know the name of it, we were just there. Well, I'm not saying this right.

Derek: Look, you want something to drink maybe?

Stacey: No, I donít want anything to drink, thank you. The reason I came here is because --

Derek: I know why you came.

Stacey: I came here because thought you were going to do something crazy.

Derek: Like what?

Stacey: I donít know. I thought maybe you were going to try to break Felicia out of prison, and I know that's crazy.

Derek: Donít worry about me.

Stacy: But I do worry about you.

Derek: Why?

Stacey: Well, because you're stubborn. You donít listen to anyone. And I also thought we had developed a special kind of friendship. We talked to each other. You seemed to trust me. I donít understand why things had to change.

Derek: They didnít.

Stacey: Well, and you and -- it just seems to me like you donít trust me anymore.

Derek: I do, but what difference does it make?

Stacey: What?

Derek: The trial is over.

Stacey: The trial wasn't the only thing that we ever talked about.

Derek: Wasn't it?

Stacey: Is that really what you think?

Derek: It's late, and you donít have to come here anymore. Um --

Stacey: So what was so special that you and Frankie had to talk about?

Derek: Frankie's different.

Stacey: Mm-hmm. I'll bet she is.

Derek: Stacey --  

Ronnie: Look at those two, will you? Have you ever seen two brothers so different?

Zack: Well, look at it this way -- at least Reubenís hanging out with some good kids.

Sheila: Honestly, I'm never going to let it out of my sight again.

Matt: Tape it to your wrist. Do us a favor, ok? You know, at home or something.  

Reuben: All right, all right, m be my brother donít know nothing about no fashion, all right, but he does know about computers, right?

Jesse: That's right.

Reuben: There you go.

Josie: Just be glad somebody had good eyes. Where'd you find the bracelet, Reuben?

Jesse: Yeah, where did you find that, because I looked everywhere.

Sheila: Yeah.

Reuben: It was on the floor. I found it on the floor.

Sheila: I looked on the floor.

Barbara: Sheila, come here.

Sheila: What?

Barbara: You are never going to believe this.

Sheila: What?

Barbara: Do you know who that is?

Sheila: Who? Oh, her? No. Why?

Barbara: Her mother -- she was at the trial. Remember? So

Barbara: Yes. That's her daughter.

Sheila: You're kidding! Well, no wonder he likes her better than me, right?

Josie: What did you say? What did you say about my mother?

Sheila: Excuse me, we're going to get a drink.

Josie: For your information, my mother happens to be a terrific woman.

Barbara: Right, I'm sure.

Josie: She has been through a lot of rough times -- not that you would understand that, mind you -- and she always took care of me. You got that?

Sheila: Could you excuse us, please?

Matt: Sheila, let her finish, ok?

Josie: My mother is 10 times the person that you will ever be.

Sheila: Come on, Barbara.

Matt: Your mom would've been proud of you.

Josie: I'm not going to let a couple of snotty snobs make fun of my mother or my family!

Matt: Josie, come on, just donít run out. Josie --

Singer: Hey, baby there's something I want to say mmm. If I were your woman

[Phone rings]

Singer: And you were my man you'd have no other woman

[Ring]

Singer: You'd be weak as a lamb if you had the strength to walk out that door

[Ring]

Marley: Come on, come on, you can do it!

Jake: I'm telling you I canít do this.

Marley: Oh, of course you can do it! Mmm!

Jake: I'll end up with lockjaw!

Marley: Well, I told you not to put the mustard on, because when you put the mustard on, it makes the sandwich much too big.

Jake: I'll show you mustard.

Marley: Jake, Jake, donít --

Jake: I'll show you mustard. Come here! Over here!

Marley: Oh, you are going to get stains all on --

Jake: On your nose?

Marley: No, Jake! Donít you dare put that on my nose!

Jake: Close your eyes, close your eyes.

Marley: No! No! Please, God, help me, help me. Ooh.

Jake: Oh, , ! I haven't laughed this much in I donít know how long.

Marley: Oh, it feels good.

Jake: There's going to be plenty more good times, that I promise.

Marley: And what does that mean?

Jake: Just a promise. Good news soon.

Marley: What?

Jake: I canít say any more.

Marley: Jake?

Jake: I shouldnít even have opened my mouth.

Marley: But you did! Now, you better tell me what's going on!

Jake: Oh, young lady, let's plan a weekend somewhere.

Marley: Hmm.

Jake: Somewhere nice and romantic.

Marley: This weekend?

Jake: No, we have to go to the Cory bash, but after that, we're going to find someplace and you and me are going to run away together. Just you and I.

Marley: What in the world -- I've not seen you this way.

Jake: What way?

Marley: Happy.

Jake: That's because I love you.

Marley: Oh? It's not because I make good sandwiches?

Jake: No. No, it's because I love you. Marley McKinnon, I love you.  

Jamie: Ahem. Ahem. Oh, great, a machine. She's out late. Dr. Peterson, hi, it's Jamie Frame. I'm just calling to apologize for hanging up on you earlier. Actually, and there's no real problem. Listen, anyway, I want to talk to you concerning Stevenís blood test. If there's any problem with that, give me a call when you get this message, or otherwise, I'll see you in the morning, early. Thank you.

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